An investigation of how the political, social and cultural state of Uganda since the 1960's to today have shaped the subject/style matter of sculpture around Kampala.
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The study sought to investigate on how the political, social and cultural state of Uganda since the 1960's have shaped the subject matter of monuments selecting specifically the Independence, Chogm/Stride, Journey and Sir Edward Mutes' around Kampala. The study was descriptive and cross sectional cutting across the artistic structures of the selected monuments. In the study, there researcher used face to face interviews, key informants interviews, documentary review, observation and self-administered questionnaire. More so, the thesis was based on the following objectives in relation to the study topic In chapter one, the researcher presented the introductory part of the entire study, the background of the study, the research problem, purpose of the study, objectives, research questions, significance of the study, and the scope of the study. In chapter two, the researcher presented some of the related literature in relation to the study objectives, quotations were made basing on the study of the research. Chapter three involved the methodology, the researcher presented the research design, area of the study, target population, sampling, data collection methods, research instruments, data processing and analysis. In chapter four, the researcher presented, analyzed, interpreted, and discussed the findings or the formation got from the field basing on the objectives of the study. Finally, in chapter five of the study, the conclusions, and recommendations were made basing on results got from the field.